Newegg’s Cyber Monday 2017 Deals – HSFs


Newegg’s 2017 Cyber Monday HSF deals! No, you do not put sunglasses on a CPU: You need a heatsink to stay cool. This year has some serious discounts on many HSFs, included quite a number of all-in-one watercooling units.

Please note: The best deals are dependent on rebates. Such rebates are reliable, but only if you follow the instructions exactly and submit everything on time, so better be careful!


DEEPCOOL GAMMAXX 400. $14 after $10 rebate (normal price: $40 – A discount of $26 or 65%).
This mid-tier HSF is recommended at normal prices, but when it has a discount that brings the price down to $14, it is a steal!

Hyper 212 LED. $15 (normal price: $35 – A discount of $20 or 57%).
Got LEDs?

Cooler Master Hyper 212X. $20 after $10 rebate (normal price: $40 – A discount of $20 or 50%).
The legendary Hyper 212, default recommendation for every tightly-budgeted build. Original price is usually around $25-$30, so the discount is about $5-$10.

Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO. $20 after $10 rebate (normal price: $35 – A discount of $15 or 43%).
Just how many version of the 212 are there?

CRYORIG H7. $29 (normal price: $35 – A discount of $6 or 17%).
Fantastic mid-tier HSF, for a stellar discount. Recommended!

MasterLiquid Lite 120. $30 (normal price: $50 – A discount of $20 or 40%).
Excellent price, after discount.

Cooler Master Hyper 212X (dual fan). $30 after $10 rebate (normal price: $45 – A discount of $15 or 33%).
The dual-fan version of the Hyper 212.

CORSAIR H55. $45 after $10 rebate (normal price: $80 – A discount of $35 or 44%).
A decent AiO.

CRYORIG R1 Ultimate. $70 (normal price: $95 – A discount of $25 or 26%).
Extremely good HSF, on a good discount.

More deals

We have split up the 2017 Cyber Monday Newegg deals into sections (because the full list of deals was so awesome that the website refused to load them all on one page)
Combos – CPUs and motherboards with an even bigger discount!
CPUs – Your data gets processed here
Heatsinks – Staying cool under pressure
Intel Motherboards – What does a motherboard do, anyway?
AMD Motherboards – What does a motherboard NOT do?
Graphics Cards – So few left after Black Friday!
Cases – A big set of cool cases
Power Supplies – Why can’t I hold all this power?
SSDs – Faster booting and loading
Peripherals and Extras – Keyboards, mouses, and extras. Yes, mouses.

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A common practice when it comes to these major sales is to increase the “original” price before applying the discount, so that buyers think that they are getting a bigger discount. We always try to point out the true original price whenever the official original price is very far from reality.

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